Amputees; Phantom Limb; Prosthetic Limbs
Artificial limbs are a type of prosthesis and are classified by the type of amputation they would replace, for example * Transtibial: Below the knee * Transfemoral: Above the knee * Transradial: The upper arm
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How is an artificial limb made? Background Artificial arms and legs, or prostheses, are intended to restore a degree of normal function to amputees